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Angela Greatley is an experienced leader with a strong track record of success across various sectors. She has particular strengths in governance, quality improvement and board leadership. She was awarded the O.B.E. in the 2012 Birthday Honours list recognised for services to mental health.
She has experience as both a Chair and Non-executive Director within NHS settings, and a successful executive career including as Chief Executive of the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health, a leading charity and as Director of Commissioning in a London Health Authority.
Her experience extends beyond health care and she has experience of leading in complex, political environments. She served as an elected local authority member during the 1970s. During the 1990s she was a governor of a large adult and further education college in north London for ten years; and chaired the Human Resources and later the Audit Committee.
David has a clinical background in providing frontline, board level and senior academic nursing expertise. During his career David has had responsibility for the delivery of health and social care related education to a range of prestigious hospitals and community services including Imperial College, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Guys & St Thomas' and nine primary care trusts.
David is a member of the NHS London Workforce Advisory Board. He has held four Secretary of State positions and was a Nursing Member for England for the Nursing & Midwifery Council until 2006. David is also a fellow of the Royal College of Nursing.
Dr. Carol Cole joined the board in 2014 and is chair of the Quality Committee and also of Charitable Funds. She is the Trust's non-executive lead for Whistle-blowing and Freedom to Speak Up.
A consultant psychologist specialising in organisation development, Carol originally trained as a clinical psychologist, becoming a change management consultant with the NHS, a visiting fellow at the King's Fund and head of health at the Office for Public Management. She then established her own consultancy practice and has extensive experience of organisation design, strategy, systemic change and leadership, applying psychology to enhance business and team effectiveness. She has worked with approximately forty different NHS organisations. Carol has also led assignments in Europe, North America and the Middle East for multinationals such as Shell, BP and ExxonMobil as well as smaller enterprises and charities.
She has held a number of board positions and was previously the senior independent director at Hounslow and Richmond Community Health NHS Trust and vice-chair of Deafness Research UK. She is a trustee of the RAF Museum and Action on Hearing Loss.
Jitesh is the chair of our Audit Committee.
Jitesh has worked with a wide range of NHS organizations for over 34 years. His last role was as Director of Finance at East London NHS Foundation Trust. Prior to that, Jitesh has worked in both community and healthcare trusts and health authorities. Jitesh retired from fulltime roles in March 2015.
Clive is an interim director and strategy consultant who provides services at Board level for clients having to negotiate their way through significant financial challenges and change. His experience spans a variety of government and commercial sectors.
Clive has previous experience as a management consultant with two accountancy firms, Grant Thornton and PwC. For three years he worked as a Director in HM Treasury, driving successful delivery of Europe's largest change programme. He has also set up and led two profitable start-up companies.
Clive is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance & Accountancy and holds a degree in Economics from the University of Nottingham. He is also a Trustee of The Childhood Trust, a charity that supports children living in poverty in London, and Ambition, a leading national youth charity.
Paula Constant has 16 years of experience in the telecoms industry and
eight at Executive level, consulting in Accenture's strategy practice,
working in commercial roles in Vodafone and running large scale
billion-pound operations across BT's consumer sales, Openreach's service
and engineering, and global business services' programme management
divisions. She is also BT Group's Gender Equality Network chair.
Paula won the everywoman FDM leader award in 2016 for transforming a poorly
performing business engineering division of 4000 whilst juggling work as a
Jane acts as a human resources (HR) and organisational development (OD) consultant who provides a range of consulting services at board level for clients often negotiating their way through significant organisational change. Her experience extends to supporting company start-ups, joint ventures and partnership working. Jane has worked extensively in commercial sectors however has over 10 years consulting experience within the NHS.
Jane has previous corporate and international experience as an HR Director for several FTSE 100 companies, including British Gas. She was the HR Director for Goldfish Bank jointly owned with Lloyds from business inception.
Andrew joined the trust in October 2016. Andrew is a passionate believer in developing NHS services outside of hospitals as an essential part of the future NHS. Prior to joining us Andrew was Regional Director for NHS England's South of England area. He has worked in the NHS for over 20 years across community, hospital and primary care and also has experience in social care and charity organisations.
Charlie trained as a general nurse before undertaking his orthopaedic nurse training. He worked in clinical and leadership roles at the Chelsea & Westminster, St. Thomas’ and the Royal London Hospitals before being appointed Deputy Chief Nurse for education at Bart’s.
He held Chief Nurse roles at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and the Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in Hackney and prior to his appointment as Chief Nurse Charlie was Director of Nursing and Therapies at CLCH for five years.
Charlie was appointed as an Honorary Visiting Professor at City, University of London in 2010.
Dr Joanne Medhurst was appointed as our Medical Director in December 2012. Her previous role was as the Joint Managing Director and Medical Director of NHS South East London Bexley Business Support Unit. Joanne has master's degree in leadership of continuous improvement and is interested in quality and value for patients receiving care.
Joanne is a practising GP who trained at Guy's Hospital and carried out her GP training in Bexley.
Mike began his NHS career as part of the National Graduate Training Scheme graduating in 2002. Having worked in several large London hospital trusts Mike joined CLCH in 2012 as the Deputy Director of Finance fulfilling this role and the role of Director of Resources and Performance before being appointed as Director of Finance Performance and Contracting in December 2016.
Mike is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Financial Accountants and holds a degree in law and an MBA.
James has worked for CLCH since it was founded as a Trust fulfilling a number of senior management roles. James' previous role was as the Director of Improvement, having previously also been one of the Divisional Directors of Operations for the Trust.
James started his career in healthcare in Sydney, Australia working as a Speech Pathologist, and has held a number of specialist clinical roles within the UK.
Louella previously worked as Director of HR at Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust, and has also previously worked in roles across London Underground, PA Consulting, Courage and Grand Metropolitan.
The Director of People and Communications is a new role, created to bring together the experience of our HR and communication teams. Louella is responsible for all our operational HR services and communications, leading strategy for workforce for the future, leadership development, organisational development, equalities and diversity and improving how we communicate with colleagues across the entire organisation.
The board is supported by a number of committees who meet regularly to ensure that our services and systems are performing to expectations. These include:
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Our next Board meeting is on 31 January 2019 in Boardroom A&B, Parsons Green Centre for Health and Wellbeing, 1st Floor, 5 – 7 Parsons Green, London SW6 4UL.
Papers will be available shortly.